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CNN
Oct 3, 2012 4:00am PDT
to outsourced maintenance work as the reason for the problem. david campbell with american airlines says crews are getting to the bottom of it. >> guys who work every single day, engineers, tech crew chiefs, who have gone in, they believe -- they've determined what they believe is the -- is a potential failure, but beyond the failure, we're focusing our attention on making sure they're properly installed. >> reporter: it prompted an inspection on nearly half of american airlines' 757s, seats were first pulled out and reinstalled in a plan to give passengers more leg room. 36 planes have been inspected, with 11 yet to be inspected. they discovered a total of six planes with the same problem. campbell dismissed the idea that the loose seats could somehow be linked to the ongoing labor dispute. >> i have a difficult time believing that it was -- that it's actually because -- i just don't believe it is. >> reporter: as american airlines promises to fix the problem, many passengers we spoke with say that while the issue with loose seats is troubling, it doesn't necessarily shake their confidence in
CBS
Oct 3, 2012 7:00am EDT
to the floor. >> we deployed a number of mechanics. >> reporter: david campbell vice president for safety and security at american. >> we believe we've isolated it down to the attach points and how those attach points ultimately installed. >> reporter: over the past week the problem has come up on three separate flights. two of which were forced to make emergency landings. the first incident occurred last wednesday on a flight from veil to dallas. mechanics thought they fixed it but the problem resurfaced on saturday on the same plane flying from boston to miami. >> the seat is loose. we don't want that thing flying around and hurting the passengers behind them. >> reporter: american said they linked it to one maintenance facility. but they ruled out sabotage. >> finding what's causing it, mechanical or human error is what we're trying to do. >> reporter: despite the company's ongoing labor dispute travel experts are not telling passengers to steer clear of the airline. >> i can tell you personally i have booked for thanksgiving and christmas on american. i don't feel uncomfortable. if yo
FOX News
Oct 3, 2012 10:00am PDT
campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. megyn: a massive manhunt underway for the killer of a u.s. border agent. his colleague also injured in the attack. adam housley is live in your west coast bureau with more. >> we have good news to report. his colleague, the one that was shot twice when nicholas ivy was killed has been released from a tuck and area hospital. we are told he's distraught over the loss of his partner and agents are rallying around him as he recovers from those wounds, also wounds that are deep for this community as well. you mention the hunt, it's none this area. the fbi has taken over the lead on this investigation. it covers five miles from where this shooting take place. there are reported the mexicans may have detained a couple people. u.s. authorities are working to confirm that. we are hearing from a family spokesperson talking about this man nicholas ivy who had been in the border patrol since 2008. joined following in the footsteps of his brother. he was a great officer, part of the horse team. he was a father, husband, son and brother. view are was a
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